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TracFone set to launch four new Android phones by LG

For those who still use TracFone we have some good news to report regarding upcoming smartphone options on the carrier. TracFone, one of the nations largest prepaid wireless options is about to get what appears to be 4 new Android smartphones from the folks at LG. The details were leaked earlier today but we're still looking for the full rundown.

HTC to launch Desire 520, 526, 626, and 626S across US carriers

What’s next for HTC? Well, apparently we’re in for a refresh of their Desire product line – with the Taiwan-based device manufacturer opting to spread its new phones across US mobile carriers. The new phones coming out will be the HTC Desire 520, 526, 626, and the Desire 626S – all with undeniable midrange quality, plus some surprising features here and there.

BLU Products rolls out three new 4G LTE phones

One of the top phone makers of unlocked phones in the US, BLU Products, recently announced a slew of new 4G LTE-enabled smartphones. The company continues to deliver affordable smartphones in the market by bringing these devices to mobile carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket, Tracfone, Simple Mobile, and Metro PCS under their high speed 4G LTE service plans. All three phones are said to offer high speed 4G mobile connection despite having very affordable prices.

Straight Talk not enforcing a 1.5GB data cutoff

Despite some recent rumors, those using Straight Talk do not have to worry about having their data access turned off at 1.5GB. Straight Talk seems to be attacking these rumors head on and have recently stated rather simply that they "are not cutting off data at 1.5GB on Straight Talk." The key here sounds like it is in the name though.

Huawei Ascend Plus and Ascend G710 images leak

It seems a few Huawei branded smartphones have recently leaked. We are talking about the Ascend Plus and the Ascend G710. The images have appeared with some basic details in terms of the specs and it would seem as if at least one of these devices will be coming to the US market. That said, lets kick things off with the Ascend Plus (seen below).

Straight Talk’s Galaxy Proclaim looks like a mini-Nexus

We're pleased to see that the selection of Android phones on budget and pre-paid carriers like Straight Talk is expanding. Their latest offering is the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, set to begin selling within the next few weeks. The $179.99 phone fits squarely into the mid range, and unlike some of Straight Talk's phones will rely on Verizon's CDMA network for coverage and data.